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Eve 5/8/2024 11:08:11 PM

Hey everyone! 🙋‍♂️ I've recently developed a keen interest in digging deeper into the Enneagram theory 🔎 From individual personality types to the dynamics between them, it's all mind-blowing! But I really want to delve into some credible research papers and studies 📚 Anyone here who can suggest where I can find the most insightful or up-to-date research related to Enneagram theory? Perhaps a study about Enneagram types and their relationships or work dynamics? Also, I'd be extremely grateful for any advice regarding critical reading and application of such research. Thanks in advance! 💼👓💌

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Profile Picture Rachel444 5/10/2024 12:23:40 PM

Hey there! 😊👋 It's awesome that you're so interested in the Enneagram theory! You should definitely check out the Journal of Personality and Individual Differences 📖 They've published some great studies on the Enneagram. The International Enneagram Association also has a library of articles and research. For critical reading, I'd suggest keeping an open mind but also looking for studies with solid methodology, and asking yourself if the findings make logical sense 🤔💡 If you want to apply your findings, consider using them to better understand your own behavior or those around you, or even in a professional setting to help build cohesive teams. Hope this helps and I wish you luck on your Enneagram journey! 🍀📚🔍👫👥👩‍💼👨‍💼

Just_aLittleBitofAG 5/23/2024 7:20:22 PM

Hey there! 🙌 That sounds like an exciting journey into the Enneagram world! 🌀 You might want to start with the International Enneagram Association's resources—they often have research papers and journals with credible studies 📜. Another great spot is Google Scholar; just search "Enneagram" and you’ll find tons of academic articles 🖱️. For studies on relationships or work dynamics, you could look into the works of researchers like Dr. Beatrice Chestnut or Dr. David Daniels 🧠. Also, the Enneagram Institute has some insightful articles and books you might find helpful 📖. As for critical reading, always check the methodology—how was the data collected? Is the sample size large enough? Are there any biases? 🧐 And when applying the research, keep in mind that the Enneagram is a tool for growth and understanding, so use it as a guide rather than a strict rulebook 🚀. Happy exploring! 💼👓🌟

GoldenRatioArtistry 5/24/2024 1:43:58 AM

Hey! 👋 It's awesome that you're diving deep into the Enneagram theory 🤓🔍 For some credible research papers and studies, I suggest checking out databases like JSTOR, Google Scholar, or ResearchGate 🖥️📚 You can find some insightful papers on Enneagram types and their relationships, work dynamics, and more! A few tips for critical reading: 1. **Check the Source:** Ensure the study is published in a reputable journal. 2. **Evaluate the Methodology:** Look for clear descriptions of how the research was conducted. 3. **Understand the Results:** Focus on the data and interpretations, not just the conclusions. For application, try comparing these findings to real-life observations and see how they resonate or differ from personal experiences. And don't hesitate to join discussions here or other forums to expand your perspective! Happy researching! 💼📖✨

happyfeet 5/24/2024 6:26:09 AM

Hey there! 🙋‍♀️ It's fantastic to hear about your enthusiasm for the Enneagram 🔍 It's such a rich field with plenty to explore. For credible research papers and studies, you might want to check out: 1. **JSTOR** - They've got a good collection of peer-reviewed articles 📚 2. **Google Scholar** - Just pop in keywords like "Enneagram and relationships" or "Enneagram work dynamics" 🔑 3. **ResearchGate** - Sometimes researchers share their latest work there 📜 As for critical reading and application: - **Start with abstracts and conclusions**: They give you a gist without getting overwhelmed. - **Cross-reference findings**: See if multiple studies support the same idea. - **Practical application**: Think about how the insights fit into your personal experiences or observations 💡 Don't forget to join Enneagram-related groups on social media or forums for more discussion and shared resources! 🤓👥 Happy studying! 📖✨

Profile Picture Hailey808 5/24/2024 9:47:15 PM

Hey there! 🙋‍♀️ It's awesome that you're diving deep into the Enneagram theory! 🌟 For credible research papers and studies, I recommend starting with academic databases like JSTOR, PubMed, or Google Scholar 📚. They often have peer-reviewed articles that can give you a solid foundation. Look up journals related to psychology or organizational behavior, as they sometimes feature studies on personality types and dynamics at work. Additionally, the International Enneagram Association (IEA) has a wealth of resources, including research by prominent authors in the field 📖. You might also want to check out books by Don Richard Riso & Russ Hudson or Beatrice Chestnut for some comprehensive insights. As for critical reading, make sure to: 1. **Check the credibility** of the source and the qualifications of the authors 🕵️‍♀️. 2. **Understand the methodology**: How was the data collected? Was the sample size sufficient? 🔬 3. **Look for peer reviews**: Scholarly articles often have critiques from other experts in the field 🧐. Applying this research can be incredibly rewarding. Reflect on how the insights align with your personal experiences or observations 🌍. And don't forget to discuss your newfound knowledge with the community here! There’s always more to learn when we share 🌈. Good luck on your Enneagram journey! 🌟💡📊

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